China Continues to Tear Down Crosses after Dark

By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent BEIJING (Worthy News)-- About 4 a.m. on Oct. 17, hundreds of uniformed Chinese agents blocked all the entrances to Kaiyang village, then climbed over the Kaiyang Church wall, broke into the church building and forcibly removed its cross. International Christian Concern also reported that two other church crosses in Zhejiang Province were removed that same day. This campaign of church cross removal has been carried out by China's Zhejiang provincial government for more than six months. Now, the only cross left belongs to Zengshan Church in Pingyang County, but nearly one hundred Christians are ... Read more